4 players out of PSV clash & 2 more big Arsenal stories you might've missed
4 players out of PSV clash Speaking on Gabriel Martinelli, Mikel Arteta said: "He felt something in his hamstring, we need to do some further tests to assess if there is any big damage or not."He will be out for tomorrow’s game, that’s for sure.
2 Arsenal players make BBC's Team of the Week — one is Trossard, of course
Arsenal fought really hard to secure a 1–0 win away at Everton on Sunday with Leandro Trossard scoring the only goal of the game in the second half.The Belgian forward, along with William Saliba, who helped the Gunners keep a clean sheet, have made Garth Crooks' Premier League Team of the Week.
Arsenal maintain unbeaten run & 2 other big stories you might've missed
Arsenal maintain unbeaten runArsenal continued their unbeaten start to the Premier League season with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Everton. Leandro Trossard scored the only goal that secured the Gunners' first win at Goodison Park in six years.
'We always play against 11 + the FA': Arsenal fans fault Martinelli's disallowed goal with image
Gabriel Martinelli's first-half strike was ruled out for offside during Arsenal's trip to Everton.Martinelli believed he had scored the opener at Goodison Park when he burst through on goal before slotting the ball into the corner beyond Jordan Pickford.
'I called him and he saw me': Trossard reveals conversation with teammate that led to goal v Everton
Leandro Trossard on the short corner tactic: “Obviously they [Everton] have a lot of tall guys & they’re good in the air, we know they’re good on set-pieces, so that’s where we wanted to exploit them. I think it helped & that was the idea behind it.
'Arteta won't let him have a chance': Arsenal fans disappointed with Mikel's treatment of Emile Smith Rowe
Emile Smith Rowe decided against leaving Arsenal this summer even though he had offers on the table.However, the 23-year-old midfielder is yet to feature for the Gunners four games into the new Premier League campaign.
Black ladies tell 'delicate flower' Mudryk to join Arsenal on loan — one says he'll bench Martinelli
Anyone remembers how Arsenal wanted to sign Mykhailo Mudryk? Surprisingly, some people still believe Mudryk might be a good fit for Mikel Arteta's side, moreover, he could bench such player as Gabriel Martinelli! That's what members of Goal Diggers, a black female-led football podcast, suggested in their latest video.Here's exactly what hosts Anita (Chelsea fan), Lauren (Spurs), and Chy (Arsenal) said:Anita: "Mykhailo Mudryk, he's been the talk of the town.